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1997 




















contents 



the college 

athletics 

organizations 

junior year abroad 14( 

seniors 168 

advertisements 28 


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there are days that 
you want to go on 
being a student for- 
ever. for four years 
middlebury is 
home, the first time 
you caught yourself 
referring to your 
dorm as home, you 
laughed, you started 
to really notice life 
sometime after your 
first semester. 




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on campus, winter lasts forever 
and the mud between you and 
McCullough upsets spring, 
but the reason you came here 

is the people. Meg Hankins 



it is only an echo of college life, a wandering ray 
from a students bower that comes to greet you. 
behind the curtain life much there is that will bear 
recital-much that need not be told. 





but within these pages the 
veil has been lifted; you 
behold the painted gleam of 
a student's life, through the 
kaleidoscope you behold 
the true landscape, ever 
changing in form and color. 

first kaleidoscope 1873 





the students all looked so together and 
crunchy and just plain older that i 
dreamed of the day when i too could 
go to middlebury and carry my own 
mug around in the back of my north 
face backback or in my patigonia fleece 
jacket's pocket. 

Amanda Levine '98 


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personality is something that distinguishes you 
from other kids, unfortunately, not everyone will 
get personality, and you might not get one either, 
but take heart camper! many people without 
personalities have found a trick, a personality 
substitute, that gets them through those formative 
college years. Crampus 



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spring in Vermont... not what 
you would expect. 















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September 5, 1996 
convocation 



proctor renovations 


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September 13, 1996 
midd card day 



what's up with the chip? 
the first few weeks of school the biggest 
calamity on campus, besides the missing 
"new faces" book, has undoubtedly been 
the introduction of the new midd cards. 

The Campus 



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October 5 - 6, 1996 homecoming 



...then god said: "let there be football." 
and so there was football, and god 
thought this was good. 

Brad Gottfred '97 and Michael Roche '97 



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October 23, 1996 abnaki dance troupe 








October 31, 1996 
halloween 




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november 7, 1996 
jamaica kincaid 



nov. 21-24, 1996 
drama production 
a mid-summer 
night's dream 


Shakespeare might not 
have recognized the 
setting of his work as 
presented here but he 
would certainly have 
recognized its spirit. 

The Campus 


november 9, 1996 
iso fashion show 




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the new old chapel 


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that chapel bell 

1910 Kaleidoscope 

that chapel bell, that chapel bell, 
how many a tale its discords tell 
of crazy greek and german text, 
of flunked "exams" professors 
vexed-- 

that chapel bell, that chapel bell, 
how many a tale its discords tell! 

how oft my breakfast had to wait, 
'twas chapel time, and i was late, 
how oft i wished that chapel bell 
were in the deepest depths of 
hell 

that chapel bell, that chapel bell, 
how many a tale its discords tell! 

i've been in many a railroad 
wreck, 

played football, got it in the neck; 
but these seem trifles, sad to tell, 
whene'er i hear that chapel bell, 
that chapel bell, that chapel bell, 
how many a tale its discords tell! 

and so 'twill be when i am gone, 
that chapel bell will ring on, 
while other tutors, other profs, 
will joy in flunking other sophs. 

I that chapel bell, that chapel bell, 
how many a tale its discords tell! 




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december 4, 1996 
tree lighting 
december 5, 1996 
new dorms fire 

after hours of false alarms, 
students quickly learned that 
this last alarm was in re- 
sponse to the real thing. 

The Campus 



january 11, 1997 Caribbean night 
January 16, 1997 the nields 


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january 6, 1997- 
january 31, 1997 
winter term 




montreal 


for most of us, road trips and skiing are the 
best parts of winter term, when the week 
gets long, get in the car and drive. 


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welcoming the winter 


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it was definitely a 
weird feeling wearing 
women's clothes, and i 
don't think i will be 
wearing women's 
clothes again, but it was 
quite an experience. 

Jeff Trail '99 
in response to the 
Winter Carnival ice show. 



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january 22-24, 1997 

ihc and icc winter Olympics 




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february 15, 1997 
100 days party 







february 20-22, 1997 
winter carnival 
weekend 
ski events 




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march 8, 1997 
mountain monster 




march 6-8, 1997 

symposium on sustainable de- 
velopment in africa 


sub-saharan africa is in danger of entering the 
21st century less prepared for the challenge of 
development than it was a half century ago, 
unless, of course, we're prepared to take a 
hard look at what has gone on in the past and 
to draw the right lessons from it. 

H.W.O Okoth-Ogendc 




what started as a sort of upbeat, bluegrass 
type of rock spread into hard funk, delicate 
banjo and saxophone ballads, performance 
art, beethoven, tchaikovshy and everything 
in between. Fnii-wntiamc ti 


Sam Folk-Williams, The 
Campus 




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march 14, 1997 
bela fleck and the flecktones 




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march 1, 1997 
mardi gras 




march 21-22, 1997 
men's ice hockey 
ecac div. Ill champs and 
ncaa div. Ill three time 
national champions 
women's ice hockey 
ecac alliance champions 


there is nothing more exciting than 
going to a crowded hockey game, 
men's or women's, nothing, that is, 
except singing the alma mater after 
each goal. 

Allen Cowett '99 










the clothes line plan 


a positive approach to change 

Middlebury's chapter of the 
Clothes Line Plan, an educational 
activism project of Face the Planet 


...her nomination by a classmate 
seems particularly appropriate 
for this award established by 
classmates in honor of two who 
were very special members of the 
middlebury family. 

of Elizabeth Bums '99, the first recipient of the 
award named in memory of Matteo 
Baumgarten '98 and MarijaUdzenija ' 99 . 


march 10, 1997 
the baumgarten- 
udzenija award 


I march 20-22, 1997 


dracula, based on the classic horror novel, emerges from journal 
winter drama production fragments and letters to explore human identity and sanity, 

, _ sexual desire and power, good and evil. The Campus 

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april 25, 1997 sga elections 


1996-97 sga president Karen Lewis 
1996-97 sga vice-president Laura Coogan 

Elected 1997-98 sga president Bryan Stratton 
Elected 1997-98 sga vice-president Alyson Cucci 


april 15, 1997 
james a. baker 


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cfc "take back the night" week 





1997 dance company 


april 19, 1997 
aaa fashion show 


april 26, 1997 
from good homes 
bujicle 
and the roots 

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Shaun Heffern 



april 21-25 earth week 



april 21, 1997 adam werbach 


we need to bring back the wildness and the 
wildness is not just wilderness; it is some- 
thing inside of us. Adam Werbach 

Sierra Club President 






april 25, 1997 
proctor circus day 


april 24-26, 1997 
musical theater performance 


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may 1-3, 1997 spring drama 
performance of arcadia 


... a big wooly mastodon of a play, a bipolar work in which two series of 

events occur in the same english country house at two different times. 

The Campus 





may 9, 1997 
drive-in movie night 

may 11, 1997 kdr pig roast 
may 11, 1997 

men's lacrosse ecac champs 

women's lacrosse 

ncaa div. iii national champions 











football 



TOP ROW: David Matthews, Hubert Wagner, Pete Bevere, Doug Mandigo, Mickey Heinecken, Bill Mandigo, Erin Quinn, Schuyler Cayton, 
Robert Ritter. SIXTH ROW: Todd Brandenberger, Anthony LoSauro, Brendan Creedon., Tab Howard, Byron Garman, Joshua Frederick, Derek 
Bowers, Jeffrey DeCunha, Rick Huisman, John Wenner, Steve Howard. FIFTH ROW: Derek Esposito, Derek O'Riorden, Matthew Mandelker, 

Sam Wilson, Anthony Bowes, Scott Readlinger, Mark Edgarton, Jeffrey Trail, Eric Gartman, John Porcaro, Ian McGuire, Matthew Murphy, Abe 
Butz, David Ridley, Steve Shore. FOURTH ROW: Michael Baumgardner, E.J. Cooper, Jeff Sengle, Nick Temple, Michael McCarthy, Mark Bassett, 
Chris Botting, William Heaton, Peter Brooks, Pat Colwell, Daniel McGregor, Ryan Heald, Craig Paris, Brian Young, Mark Ericson. THIRD ROW: 
Brad Hotchkiss, Brian Coates, Josh Harmon, Jeff Russell, William Corvalan, Richard Hennessey, Matt Saxton, James Farrell, Scott Dudley, Eric 
Larsen, Jaques Clough, Ben Newman, Michael Creedon, Jason Clark, Adam Pascal, Andrew Husband. SECOND ROW: Jon Kosterlitz, Dave Frye, 
Steve Monninger, Brad Martin, Tadhg Campbell, Chris Vaughan, Dan Nelson, Scott Nelson, Andy McPhee, Collin Williams, Josh Bonifas, Ron 
Nobile, Frank Ott. BOTTOM ROW: Kevin Comstock, Shawn Tierney, Sean Fisher, Matt Hughey, Jeffery Rea, Caleb McClennen, Jeff Wichmann, 
Co-Captain-Mike Roche, Co-Captain-Brad Gottfred, Scott Rivard, Matt Strother, Nick Sanders, Pat Taylor, Bob Rice, Kip Adams, Brian Schmidt, 
Tim Cron. ABSENT: Brad Somma, Nathan Maxcey. 




field hockey 


TOP ROW: Assistant Coach-Sarah Martin, Laura Parmelee, Missy Hopkins, Jessa Martin, Amanda Peters, Becky Drake, Nina Johnson, Carolyn 
Bruce, Kristen Chencus, Kully Hagerman, Heidi Dripps, Shannon Macauley, Head Coach-Missy Foote. BOTTOM ROW: Heidi Howard, Molly 
Campbell, Co-Captain-Randi Borgen, Co-Captain-Emma Coello, Katie Whittlesey, Betsy Goodchild. 





Men's Cross Country 

Erik Abbott, Gregory Carolan, William Coddington, Mishael Coggeshall-Burr, Captain-Rusty Dolleman, Charles Donneilan, Jose Dundee, Eli 
Enman, Brian Fisher, Josh Fisher, Ben Golnik, Robert Kerchner, David Leibovvitz, Silas Marshall, Gabriel McCrary, Brendan O'Donohoe, David 
Philipps, Mark Tromblay, Jonathan Weaver, Court Wyckoff, Head Coach-Terry Aldrich. 

Women's Cross Country 

Michele Anastasio, Kate Barch, Jessica Blake, Andrea Busby, Lisa Cote, Katherine Curtis, Molly Enman, Athena Fliakos, Marne Gunderson, 
Annah Heitkamp, Janeen Hetzler, Megan Leopold, Katy Masselam, Angenie McCleary, Suzanne Muchene, Laura Potter, Sarah Rebick, Amy 
Schildgen, Jennifer Scott, Lindsay Simpson, Kirsten Taylor, Captain-Carly Vynne, Head Coach-Terry Aldrich. 


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men s soccer 



FIRST ROW: Peter Soden, Jason Golder, John Giannacopolis, Mike Taylor, Co-Captain-Josh Shapiro, Co-Captain-Mike Moore, Ben Hardy, Rob 
Patterson, Josh Norcross. SECOND ROW: Chris Clark, Assistant Coach-Mark Smith, Mike Cormier, Evan Alexander, Adam Duarte, Matt Fritz, Nils 
Hegstad, Jason Price, Scott Wiercinski, Matt Franzosa, Brad Soroca, Eric Hoffman, Matt McCormack, Mike Russell, Head Coach-David Saward. 


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women's soccer 



FIRST ROW: Kate Stirrat, Frances Madsen, Jennifer Hefner, Erika Schubert, Melissa Sopher, Co-Captain-Virginia Crosa, Co-Captain-Amy 
DiAdamo, Laurie Higginbotham, Molly Peppo, Amity Wall, SECOND ROW: Trainer, Assistant Coach-Martha Davis, Kirstin Gerety, Elizabeth 
Mann, Amy Coseo, Kristine Kraushaar, Chris Peterson, Johannah Nikula, Stacey Gorksi, Caroline Chickering, Melissa Barker, Sarah Gilson, Karen 
Schaper, Heather Crofts, Head Coach-Jennifer Fulcher. 


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women's tennis 



volleyball 



FIRST ROW: Co-Captain-Angie Goldman, Co-Captain-Kathy Veach. SECOND ROW: Shoshana Herzig, Jordan Lungstrum, Karen Herbert, Sara 
Sterken, Erin McManus. TOP ROW: Coach, Carolyn Stewart, Alison Bowe, Sarah Graff, Chritine Knox, Coach-Todd Phelp, Coach-Sarah 
Raunecker. 


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men's golf 









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squash 


Carole Barnsley, Lisa Burke, Mary Burke, Heidi Dripps, Meredith DuBarry, Heidi Erdman, 
Angela Fa'Anunu, Amanda Gonzalez, Christine Griffin, Lindsey Huenink, Mari Joller, Jessica 
Kassiss, Katherine Keen, Emily Lyons, Kiwi Sasaki 


Top Row. Chris Peterson, Amy Johnson, Captain Kristin Manix, Deborah Perisho, Martha Shay, Michelle Sorise, Lauren Brown, Coach Jennifer 
Fulcher. Bottom Row: Kelly McCarthy, Alyssa Pappas, Joanna Wolkowski, Captain Corie Pierce, Amy Kinner, Dawn Trowbridge, Heather 
Langlois, Rachel Davis. 





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mens basketball 



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Top Row: John Maletis, Scott Cacciola, David Riedel, Mike Hussey, Rob Gillespie, Dave Frye, Craig Breen, Michael Lauze, Joey Faucher. Bottom 
Row: Matt Lasek, Captain Greg Poulos, Captain Sean Bianchi, Captain Adam Boffey, Mike Faucher. 



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swimming and diving 



Top Row: Jenny Arnold, Christina Winters, Ian Doherty, Michael Larsen, Will Peters, Lawrence Klein, Captain Josh Landis, Mike Shomaker, John 
Beeson, Erich Osterberg, Mike Snow, Catherine Keane, Merideth Cox, Carrie Pistenmaa, Mike McCollum, Andrew McCoy, Martha Alexander, 
Captain Leslie Graham, Susan Givens, Heidi George, Coach Bill Sheidow. Middle Row: Geoff Silvius, Tracy Miller, Nicole Donovan, Ben Stucker, 
Matt Kading, Sam Rowley, Meghan McGuinness, Erica Hill, Jaime McBride, Gwen Busby, Paige Budelsky, Margaret Rieley. Bottom Row: Coach 
Rick Hutchinson, Jen Clark, Lindsay Watkins, Frank Pandolfe, Jen Williams, Matt Fiorentino, Captain Nellie Fox, Jane Calfee, Jackie Pelton, Mike 
Cocchiaro, Adam Sobek, Mark Williams, Aram Patterson, Gina Duff, Andy Atkinson, Jean-Paul Gowdy, Devon Bernier, Maria Sartori, Abby 
Potter, Coach Mary Ellen Claffey. 






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nordic and alpine skiing 











Top Row: Coach Bill Mandigo, Janice O'Neil, Suzanne Chepren, Sylvia Ryan, Leanne MacDonald, Sarah Hall, Kelly Hase, 
Christa McDougal, Vanessa Hynes, Sarah Cotton, Caiti Higgins, Cathrine Pullins, Megan Maloney, Coach Doug Mandigo, 
Coach Amy Carlson. Bottom Row: Kristin Hackmann, Stephanie Hill, Katie Oates, Jennifer Hefner, Whitney Parks, Lane 
Catlin, Sarah Vintiadis, Rebecca Sama, Crystal Springer, Beth Denoncourt. 




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women's ice hockey 


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Top Row: Emil Jattne, David Bracken, Curt Goldman, Ben Barnett, Eric Zink, Ray Turner, Mathieu Bilodeau, John Giannacopoulos. Middle 
Row: Mark Spence, Mike Bay, Ross Sealfon, Nickolai Bobrov, Francois Gravel, Jeff Anastasio, Brady Priest, Cam Petke, Filip Jirousek, Ryan 
Goldman, Jason Cawley. Bottom Row: Francois Bourbeau, Tim Fox, Trainer David Matthews, Mike Anastasio, Coach Bill Beaney, Sebastien 
Bilodeau, Coach Wes McKee, Peter Schneider, Dr. Frank Bruch, Jim Walsh, Chris Farion. 



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men's tennis 

Aran Wong, Adam Green, Rick Morgan, Will Parker, Khaled Saffouri, Kip 
Digges, Alex Rodero, Jeff Doran, Brett Shepardson, Allister Maple-Brown 




Andrew Katz, Tim Dewy-Mattia, Captain Andy McPhee, Ethan Mark, John Maletis, Captain Jon 
Schonberg, Scott Dudley, Ben Bedford, Darren Bloch, Judd Bruzgul, Captain Rick Durst, A.J. Hus- 
band, Jeff Sengle, Brian Coates, Jeff Kendig, Ryan Heald, John Pless, John Dickie, Colin O'Neil, 
Captain Ron Nobile, Todd Brandenberger, Derek Bowers, Davin Wilfrid, Coach Bob Smith. 


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men's lacrosse 



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Top Row: Head Coach Erin Quinn, Andrew Gault, Derek Esposito, Ben Fritz, John Wenner, Aaron Moatz, Jed 
Raymond, Brad Scott, Dave Campbell, Scott Leach, Justin Winseck, Peter Soden, Curt Goldman, Asst. Coach Dave 
Ridder, Trainer . Middle Row: Manager Matt Deering, Adam Pascal, Todd Fryatt, David Watts, Michael Van 
Lockeran, Jon-Erik Borgen, Peter Ericson, Travis Aldrich, Brandon Mollet. Bottom Row: Peter Cohn, Rob Cohen, Ian 
Gardiner, Brett Alessi, Than'l Badder, Laki Russo, Captain Nick Owsley, Captain Nick Whitman, Matt Fritz, Brandon 
Doyle. 



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Back Row: Asst. Coach Sarah Martin, Wendy Hession, Carolyn Bruce, Amity Wall, Amy Flanders, Meggan 
Haarmann, Emily Bracken, Lina Chickering, Jessa Martin, Katherine Rodormer, Head Coach Missy Foote. 

Front Row: Kully Hagerman, Heidi Dripps, Heidi Howard, Amy DiAdamo, Liz Aybar, Whitney Parks, Francie 
Madsen, Randi Borgen, Missy Hopkins. 



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women's track and field 

Grace Amao, Michele Anastasio, Allison Barrington, Jessica Blake, Marisa Budwick, Andrea Busby, Katherine Curtis, Erin 
Dempsey, Molly Enman, Darcy Kalkenhagen, Rebekah Fletcher, Athena Fliakos, Kim Flores, Sarah Fordyce, Alexa Gilbert, Betsy 
Goodchild, Marne Gunderson, Annah Heitkamp, Marie Horrigan, Tania Kozikowski, Amy Kriescher, Crystal Lackey, Heather 
Langlois, Sarah Libby, Jane Maguire, Katy Masselam, Anegenie McCleary, Anne Metrailler, Holen Miles, Liz Morgan, Maureen 
Nowlan, Anne Marie Oberg, Amy Olsen, Courtney Palmbush, Erin Parker, Chris Peterson, Sareana Pinson, Elizabeth Plunkett, 
Laura Potter, Sarah Rebick, Jeanne Restivo, Kaitlin Roan, Alyssa Root, Shayla Schneider, Jeanna Sigman, Lindsay Simpson, 
Michelle Spina, Erin Steimle, Meghan St. John, Kirsten Taylor, Anna Tiven, Sarah Vickers, Captain Carly Vynne, Cynthia 
Withington, Captain Alissa White, Alina Wojnar, Laura Yost, Michelle Young, Head Coach Martin Beatty. 

men's track and field 

James Ackley, Eric Abbot, Graham Balch, Matt Burwell, Captain Greg Carolan, Captain Kris Clarke, Bill Coddington, Mishael 
Coggeshall-Bur, Mike Cormier, Adam Consigli, Jeff Dacunha, Rusty Dolleman, Andrew Dixon, Adam Dreiblatt, Mark Drappi, 
Nate Ely, Eli Enman, Josh Fisher, Elliott Francis, Boomer Galik, Dustin Gillespie, Paul Horsham, Steven Howard, Rob Kershner, 
Patrick Knightly, Dave Leibowitz, Alan Lippert, Matt Markowski, Silas Marshall, Gabriel McCrary, Krishna Moody, Chris 
Morosky, Brendan O'Donohoe, Scott Rivard, Jose Ruiz, David Sardilli, Dave Savarese, Ben Sigel, Brad Somma, Mark Spence, Peter 
Suen, Velizar Tarashev, Mark Tromblay, Seth Wocott-MacClausla, Randy Woods, Paul Woodworth, Head Coach Martin Beatty. 











1997 






gamut room 



100 


south asian 
students 
association 






water polo 



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student government association 


103 



the mamapa jamas 


the bobolinks 


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middlebury gay, lesbian, bi-sexual alliance 


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mountain club 


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musical theater 




middlebury asian students organization 


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environmental quality 


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cycling 




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wonnacott 




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commons 



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fun club 






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volunteer services 





otter nonsense players 


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equestrians 




community friends 




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men's rugby 
wrmc 


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mountain ayres 




women's rugby 


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sailing club 












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croquet club 


coalition for 

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habitat for humanity international 











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biochemistry 



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chemistry 



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Heather Si 


italian 


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Japanese 




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philosophy 








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physics 





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religion 




russian and 
east european studies 


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sociology- 

anthropology 






Emily Gleason 











Spanish 




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theatre 


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women's studies 


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index 

Adams, Kaet NP 
Adams, Kip J. 229 
Alexander, Evan NP 
Alfiero, Rian 254 
Altchek, Muriel 174 
Alvaro, Peter NP 
Anastasio, Michael NP 
Andersen, Jill 237 
Anderson, Rachel 213 
Ansara, Emma 195 
Apostolatos, N. 255 
Applegate, G. Scot 205 
Archambault, F. NP 
Arlantis, Michael T. 188 
Arvold, Virginia NP 
Aybar, Liz 235 
Ayers, Tai NP 
Baggish, Aaron NP 
Baker, Justice Taylor 220 
Baker, Matthew 190 
Balch, Graham 255 
Ballard, Justin 231 
Banks, Jeffrey NP 
Barlow, Jonathan NP 
Bass, David NP 0 
Beatty, Elizabeth 191 
Bech-Conger, Nadya 207 
Beeson, John E. 224 
Bellows, Shenna 217 
Bender, Michael NP 
Berezin, Amy 177 
Berkey, Samantha 193 
Bhansali, Sheetal 189 
Bhatia, Gaurav 217 
Bianchi, Sean NP 
Bibby, Emily NP 
Bierman, Clint 235 
Bijur, Matthew 175 
Bilodeau, Sebastien 254 
Bin Faiz, Sagheer 187 
Birbiglia, Joe 195 
Birdsong, Rob 213 
Bimie, Katherine NP 
Bither, Andrea 200 
Bittinger, Margaret NP 
Blackwell, Clifford NP 
Blackwell, James NP 
Bloch, Darren NP 
Block, Justin 186 
Bloom, Joanna 181 
Blum, Alex NP 
Bolt, Caroline 170 
Bolton, April NP 
Bordley, Jessica 221 
Bosworth, Cortney 180 
Boyd, Dylan NP 
Boyle, Emily 199 
Brandt, Heather 236 
Broadwater, Ted 215 
Brock, Jordan NP 
Brown, Reagan E. 250 
Burke, Brian NP 
Burke, Kyle NP 
Burrell, Jennifer NP 
Callaghan, Katherine 192 
Callahan, Edward NP 
Calvo, Pablo NP 
Camfield, Renee 178 
Capps, M. Brooke 244 
Carolan, Greg 198 
Carre, Stephen NP 
Cary, Abraham NP 
Cassarino, Stacie NP 
Catlin, Laine 247 
Catto, Edward NP 
Ceglowski, Maciej NP 
Chamberlin, M. NP 
Chencus, Kristen NP 
Chilton, Noel NP 
Church, Susannah 202 


Clark, Aaron NP 
Clarke, George NP 
Cloninger, Christa 240 
Clough, Christopher NP 
Cochran, Stephen NP 
Coello, Emma 234 
Coldsnow, Adam NP 
Cole, Jenna NP 
Comstock, Kevan NP 
Connolly, Peter NP 
Coogan, Laura 211 
Coulter, Christian NP 
Cowgill, Becky 171 
Cowhey, Christine 190 
Cowperthwait, James NP 
Cox, Merideth 208 
Craine, Jon NP 
Cron, Tim 254 
Crosa, Virginia C. 191 
Curtis, Eaton 231 
D'Agostino, Ryan 226 
Dahal, Monita NP 
Damon, James NP 
Dangol, Ramesh NP 
Davies, Jill Marina NP 
Davis, Isaac NP 
Davis, Kimberly NP 
Davis, Scott C. 225 
Dawson, Lucus NP 
de Saint-Aignan, G. 175 
Delahunt, Kara 206 
DeVore, Noami 220 
DiAdamo, Amy 254 
Dick, John NP 
Diller, Amy NP 
Donavan, Jessica NP 
Donovan, Patrick 180 
Drake, Daniel 232 
Duarte, Adam 261 
DuBarry, Meredith 198 
Duncan, Andrew NP 
Dunning, Rebecca C.248 
Duong, Hai NP 
Durato, Amy 198 
Eckert, Katherine NP 
Edney, Steven NP 
Elder, Jonathan NP 
Elicker, Justin 183 
Emelianova, Kate 175 
Emerson, Jody 211 


Enman, Molly 177 
Ennis, Jason NP 
Enslee, David NP 
Epstein, Jessica 204 
Erdmann, Heidi 190 
Eriksen, Kristoffer NP 
Erman, Robyn 242 
Esmond, Shaun NP 
Ewing, Tracy 205 
Falkenhagen, Darcy NP 
Farrar, Tasha 173 
Fedin, Julie 236 
Feidt, Annie NP 
Feinberg, Matthew NP 
Felton, Mark 195 
Ferrari, Jonathan 173 
Field, Carey NP 
Field, Jamee 185 
Filotto, Catherine 182 
Fine, Rebecca 203 
Finkelstein, Alex 228 
Fish, Warren 201 
Fisher, Sean NP 
Fitzsimmonds, T. NP 
Flanagan, Katie 241 
Flanders, Amy 176 
Ford, Matt 177 
Ford, Thomas NP 
Forgues, Chantalle NP 


Foster, Anna 174 
Foster, Marshall NP 
Fox, Nellie 179 
Fox, Timothy NP 
Francolla, Karen 177 
Frazier, Elizabeth 238 
Fritz, Matt 194 
Froelich, Helen 184 
Fryberger, Dates NP 
Gabriel, Cara 252 
Ganschow, Elizabeth 221 
Gebreamlak, Henock 187 
Gelb, Jen 252 
Gerberg, Lilia 170 
Getz, Elizabeth 170 
Gibbons, Justin 222 
Gilligan, Ty 208 
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Giuttari, Melissa 237 
Gleason, Emily 241 
Goettsche, Stephen NP 
Goldberg, Jessica 181 
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Gosek, John NP 
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Gotthelf, Ruth NP 
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Griffith, Caroline 172 
Griffith, Lee 194 
Guard, Colin NP 
Guillette, Chrstina 249 
Gulmeden, Utku 189 
Gunkelman, Ralph NP 
Haar, Deborah NP 
Hadden, Hamilton NP 
Hagenbuch, Sean NP 
Hainen, Emily K. 233 
Haines, Seth 225 
Hajek, Justin 
Hallowell, Zachary 227 
Hand, William NP 
Hankinson, Todd 228 
Hansen, Tanya NP 
Harbeck, Kirby NP 
Harriman, Shannon 199 
Hartzog, Mark NP 
Hasan, Sara 222 
Heckman, Elizabeth 215 
Hefner, Jennifer NP 
Hegland, Henning NP 
Heikkonen, Jani 237 
Herlihy, Jon 193 
Herrick, Catherine 227 
Hersh, Allison 193 
Heywood, Benjamin NP 
Higginbotham, L. 260 
Higgins, Charles NP 
Higuera, Michael NP 
Hildreth, Steven NP 
Hindle, Jill NP 
Hinman, Torrey 254 
Hinov, George NP 
Hobbs, Stephen NP 
Hobman, Dirk 183 
Hoffman, Hillary 247 
Hong, Sangwha NP 
Hooper, Olivia 185 
Hopkins, Heidi NP 
Horn, Jennifer 202 
Homer, Amy 228 
Homer, Gregory NP 
Hosford, Katie 230 
Howell, Carter NP 
Hubbard, Brian 197 
Huggins, Paul 209 
Hughey, Matthew NP 
Huneryager, David NP 
Huseby, Johannes NP 
Huxford, Carrie 212 
Hyatt, Aaron NP 
Ibottson, Sarah 246 
Ibricevic, Aida NP 
Ide, Lucie 224 
Ireland, Matthew NP 
Jackson, Jennifer A. 252 
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James, Maria NP 
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Jessen, Andrew 184 
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Johnson, Peter NP 
Jones, E. Dennis 2 
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Jutila, Stacey 244 
Kang, Alice 239 
Kaplan, Alexander NP 
Karastoyanova, R. 216 
Karpati, Beata NP 
Kasten, Heather 209 
Kaufman, Jody NP 
Keen, Katherine NP 
Kennedy, Elizabeth 210 
Kemohan, Mark NP 
Kerschbaum, K. NP 
Kettlerlin, Kevin NP 
Keltner, M. A. 177 
Kiefer, Markell NP 






im, Kenneth NP 

Nass, Jon 176 

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Navickas, Vaidas NP 

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Phillips, Amy NP 

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Piliero, Robert NP 

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Quesnel, Kathleen NP 

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Quijano, Jennifer NP 

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Quinn, Karen 219 

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Racz, Justin 191 

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Rains, Jullie 253 

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Ralston, Matt 197 

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Ramanden, Amil NP 

lgari, Matthew NP 

Ramzy, Austin 184 

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Randall, Owen NP 

Hick, David H. 248 

Ransom, Stephanie NP 

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Rea, Jeff 185 

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Rebick, Sarah 201 

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Redmond, Tyler 188 

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Rice, Robert NP 

Tall, Jon 218 

Richardson, Sarah NP 

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Rosin, Katherine 250 

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Rousou, Laki NP 

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Rubin, Hana E. 218 

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Rudnick, Matthew NP 

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Rzewnicki, Heather NP 

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Sachedina, Hassan NP 

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Sada, Cynthia NP 

M amoto, Mariko NP 

Saffouri, Khaled NP 

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Sanchez, Laura NP 

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Sanders, John NP 

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Schmidt, Brian NP 

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Shapiro, Max 216 
Sharkey, James NP 
Sheets, Megan N. 180 
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Sherman, Chris 217 
Sherwood, Tim 216 
Sheth, Sahili 186 
Shih, Jane NP 
Shimabukuro, A. 219 
Shoemaker, Amanda NP 
Shuman, Lauren NP 
Simonds, Henry 172 
Sims, Patrick NP 
Sioshansi, Naz 196 
Sipahimalani, P. 243 
Siu, Keola NP 
Sizemore, Christine NP 
Skoda, Betsy 199 
Sluter, Ethan NP 
Smith, Adrian NP 
Smith, Amy Cole 247 
Smith, Amy Nicole 176 
Smith, Andrew W. 251 
Smith, Andrew C. NP 
Smith, Dave 171 
Smith, Jaime NP 
Smith, Louise 260 
Sopher, Melissa 231 
Soroca, Brad NP 
Spence, John NP 
Srinivasan, B. NP 
Starkl, Carina 248 
Starr, Amy 238 
Steckler, Erica NP 
Stephenson, John 178 
Stern, Austin NP 
Stewart, Carolyn 192 
Stillerman, Zachary 186 
Stinger, Lesli 173 
Stori, Valerie 201 
Stouffer, Craig 245 
Streater, Scott NP 
Strother, Matt 235 
Stuver, Mark NP 
Sullivan, Kevin NP 
Sundar, Vikram NP 
Surh, Daniel NP 
Sweeney, Jonathan NP 
Taboada, Borja NP 


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Tabor, Laura 171 
Tandon, Jason 190 
Taylor, Patrick NP 
Tehrani, Nader S. 189 
Tenney, Sarah NP 
Thapa, Surendra 189 
Thiagarajan, Maya NP 
Thomas, Emily NP 
Thompson, Heather 232 
Thompson, Ronald NP 
Thyresson, A. David NP 
Tierney, Shawn NP 
Ting, Ivan NP 
Tobin, Jill 196 
Torkelsen, Marit NP 
Townsend, Erik NP 
Tracey, Graham NP 
Traverse, Keith NP 
Tribastone, Vanessa NP 
Trudeau, Sara NP 
Tsai, Christopher 223 
Tunney, Jonathan NP 
Tumier, Christopher 196 
Tuttle, Stephanie NP 
Une, Yasuhito NP 
Vallone, Jeffery NP 
Vintiadis, Sara 185 
Vuckovic, Dragan NP 
Vynne, Carly 197 
Wagner, Lara 176 
Wagner, Nathan 186 
Walker, Tyffany 196 
Walsh, James NP 
Ward, Jennifer L. 195 
Ward, Liza 191 
Warren, Wayne NP 
Weiner, M. Erin 242 
Weinstock, Jessica 207 
Weiss, Justin NP 
Wentzell, J. Bryan 200 
Wertheim, Jill NP 
Wheeler, Tamara NP 
White, Alissa 187 
Whitman, Ellen NP 
Whitman, Nicholas 260 
Whitworth, Jennifer 179 
Wichmann, Jeff NP 
Wiegand, Chantc 195 
Wienert, Adam NP 


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Williams, Lucas P. 178 
Wilson, Abigail NP 
Wilson, Peter NP 
Wislocki, Gregory NP 
Witmer, Alyson 234 
Wlodarski, Amy 221 
Wong, Aran 230 
Wood, Robb NP 
Wright, Jessica 211 
Wright, Laura 233 
Wynn, Elisabeth 206 
Yamanka, Ryan NP 
Yerkes, Julie NP 
Young, Amanda NP 
Zakir, Mohammed NP 
Zhang, Ying NP 
Zhao, Meng Hao 219 
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asst, principal: so you're going back east? boy, i 
remember the day i went off. got drunk as hell the 
night before... 

kurt: cute, very cute, wher'd you go again? 
asst, principal: middlebury. Vermont, got a schol- 
arship. 

American Graffiti, 1973 






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in the real world the mountains might not be quite as green as they 
are here in Vermont, and everyone probably won't have a different 
color of the same patagonia jacket but we'll be prepared to meet the 
world on its own terms, and middlebury will always be the place 
we spent four years, the place we made our best friends, and 
learned our deepest lessons. 

Elizabeth Morgan '97 



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may 20-23, 1997 
senior week 


we are trying to do everything we have 
wanted to do since we entered middlebury, 
and we're doing everything we like to do 
again, when we're not doing this, a&w gets 
a lot of business. 

A member of the Class Of 1997 








phi beta kappa 


Peter Alvaro 
Elizabeth Aybar 
Nadya Bech-Conger 
Sheetal Bhansali 
Heather Brandt 
Jennifer Burrell 
Renee Camfield 
Maciej Ceglowski* 
Christa Cloninger 
Kimberly Davis 
Scott Davis 
Meredith Du Barry 
Andrew Duncan 
Julie Fedin 
Amy Flanders 
Utku Gulmeden 
Seth Haines 
Michael Higuera 
Dirk Hobman 
Sangwha Hong 
Lucienne Ide 
Faith Knapp* 
Joshua Landis 
Sean Libby 
Trina Mackie 
Gregory Mascolo 
Jenna Mason-Plunkett 
Sarah Merrill 
Elizabeth Moore 
Megan Moynihan* 
Vaidas Navickas 
Emily Onasch* 
Joseph Pearson 
Liba Pejchar 
Eva Pocze 

Simon-Jimmy Proulx 
Siddharth Saran 
Maria Sartori 
Heather Shafner 
Jason Shellhaas 
Jane Shih 
Nazanin Sioshansi 
Amy Starr 
Erica Steckler 
Zachary Stillerman 
Lesli Stinger 
Vikram Sundar* 
Heather Thompson* 
Yasuhito Une 
Mara Erin Weiner 
Chante Wiegand 
Amy Wlodarski 
Meng Hao Zhao 


“Junior Phi Beta Kappa 


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"O buon Apollo, suirultimo lavoro fammi 
del tuo valore si fatto vaso, come dimandi a 
dar l'amato alloro." 

Dante, Paradiso, 1, 13-15 

Caro Antonio, 

ti anguriamo un brillante futuro. 

Con affetto, 

mamma, papa, and Annamaria 



Of the little girl from San Antonio 
Who went to Middlebury to grow 

We are so proud 
That we sing aloud: 

"Way to go Bets, we all love you so." 
Love, 

Mom, Dad and Coleman 


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Congratulations Amy! 

What lies behind you and what 
lies before you are tiny matters 
compared to what lies within you. 

-Emerson- 
And what lies within you will 
carry you to your dreams. 

All our Love and Best Wishes, 

Mom, Dad, Beth and Tess 


Congratulations, Jessica! 



Love, 

Dad, Mom, Aron and Jason 


Congratulations, Ron II 


Born in the capital, 
Toddled in the west, 
Minneapolis was where 
You came to rest. 

Till the day. 

Childhood behind, 

You headed east 
To refine your mind. 

You and Midd did it. 
We couldn't be 
prouder- 

just hear us yelling 
Louder and louder. 



"Hannah Lewis is awesome! 
Hannah Lewis is great! 

We love you forever! Now, 
Please farm in our state!" 



Love, Dad & Mom 


Love always from Mom, Dad, and Sage 


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"I shall be telling this with a sigh 
Somewhere ages and ages hence: 

Two roads diverged in a wood, and I- 
I took the one less traveled by. 

And that has made all the difference." 


Carly, what wonderful "roads" you 
have taken, Middlebury being one. 
Congratulations and all our love. 
Dad, Mom and Stacy. 


Caroline, 

Congratulations! 

You are amazing... 

You have been a delight... 
May your future be as 
joyful as has been the 
past. 

Love, 

Mom & Martin 


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From the East to the West, You are the Best! 

Congratulations 
We Love You 

Mom & Dad & Lesley & Erik 


Congratulations to Sarah Gilson 
and the Class of '97 



Love Mom, Dad, David, Andrew, and Fredie 


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John, Clint, Matt, Pete and Ozzie 
Never lose track of your Depot 

friendship! 

Congratulations, graduates 
and Good Luck to all of you! 

Gary and Barb 


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Alissa- 

Congratulations on the 
major accomplishment! 

We are most happy for 
you and we are enjoying a 
tremendous sense of 
pride. 

Much Love & Respect, 
Mom, Dad, Atina & Annica 


Stephanie, 



You must Have Been A Beautiful Baby... 

Love - 

Mom, Dad, Nathan and Meredith 


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Katie- 

You've always made us proud. 

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Congratulations and Love, 
Mom, Dad and Tad 



Melissa, Gentle Heart... You continue 
to excel in achieving your chosen 
goals and exceed our expectations of 
our wonder child! You sprinkle your 
magic with such generosity of spirit 
and make the world a happy home. 
You make us proud parents! 

We love you. Mom & Dad 


Meliss, 

Roses are red, 

Violets are blue. 

We are so proud of you. 

From footloose slides 
To flips and dives. 

We're so glad you survived! 

So congratulations on all you've done 
We've loved you since the day you began! 

Love always, Jen and Joann 



Congratulations Class of 1997! The Giuttaris 


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Congratulations, 

Shannon 

We're very proud 
of you. 


Love, 

Mom, Dad, 
Brian, Courtney, 
Patrick, 
and Kerry 



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Dear Chris, 

Congratulations! We are 
very proud of you and 
wish you all the success 

in the world. 

Love, 

Dad, Mom and Veronica 


Congratulations, Kristen 



Take all that life can give. 
Love, Dad and Mom 


Warning 

Jenny Joseph 

When I am an old woman I shall wear purple 
With a red hat which doesn't go, and doesn't suit me. 

And I shall spend my pension on brandy and summer gloves 
And satin sandals, and say we've no money for butter. 

I shall sit down on the pavement when I'm tired 
And gobble up samples in shops and press alarm bells 
And run my stick along the public railings 
And make up for the sobriety of my youth. 

1 shall go out in my slippers in the rain 
And pick the flowers in other people's gardens 
And learn to spit. 

You can wear terrible shirts and grow more fat 
And eat three pounds of sausages at a go 
Or only bread and pickle for a week 

And hoard pens and pencils and beermats and things in boxes. 

But now we must have clothes that keep us dry 
And pay our rent and not swear in the street 
And set a good example for the children. 

We must have friends to dinner and read the papers. 

But maybe I ought to practice a little now? 

So people who know me are not too shocked and surprised 
When suddenly I am old, and start to wear purple. 




Robb- 

You have put the puzzle of your life together well. The world around you will 
enjoy viewing the results as you go forward. Love Dad 

THREE WORDS, EIGHT LETTERS, ONE THOUGHT, I LOVE YOU...MOM 


Robby, 

1 couldn't be more blessed 
to have a brother 
like you. Tengo suerte, y 
mi corazon esta llenia. 
Love Kristy 


...People are often in 
such a hurry to get to 
the "good life" that 
they often pass it... 


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Teachers open the door, but you must enter by yourself. 

Chinese Proverb 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
Stephen, Beth and Patrick Sanders 


Dear Chrissi- 

"Some people come into our lives and quickly go, 
some stay for awhile and leave footprints on our 
hearts and we are never ever the same." 



Moon- 

We love you and are so proud of who you are! 

Dad, Mom, Bill and Erin and Murphy, Too! 


-Amy- 

Congratulations 
and best of luck in 
the years ahead. 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, Ned 


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Special Patrons 

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Field 
Ruben and Melita Gonzalez 


Gold Patrons 

Karin and David Chamberlain 
Mr. and Mrs. David S. Lee 
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory W. Locraft 


Silver Patrons 

Judy Polick 
Wendy Stone 

Kathleen and George Austin 
Michael and Joan Frankel 
Henry and Nancy Hopkins 
Mr. and Mrs. Greg Horrigan 
David and Paula Kraemer, Parents of 
Myrth Anderson Class of 1999 
Mr. and Mrs. Alan C. Mendelson 
Elizabeth C. Olson 
Kozuma Hiroyo 



Bronze Patrons 

Patricia Carey 
Reid and Susan Johnson 
Aaron Nicholson 
The Nobile Family 
The Oleet Family 
Ester Simpser 
Douglas and Phyllis Smith 
Mark Wenner 
Linda and David Williams 
Dorothy Jorgenson 





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In Memorium 
Ryan F. Waldron 

You will always be in our 

hearts. 



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the 1997 kaleidoscope publication 

middlebury college 
middlebury, vt. 05753 


editor- in-chief Megan Hankins 

associate editor and ads editor Marika Hoe 
senior editor Jackie Pelton 
business manager Amy Diller 
jr. year abroad editor Camila Sosman 
friend of yearbook Laurie Gagnon 
social house editor Katie Sloan 
sports editor Brewster Boyd 
organizations editor Angy Herrera 

art Simon Adams 
advisor Francy Magee 
jostens Mark Saks 

Year Photo Staff 

Liz Frankel 
Heather Budd 


Megan Hankins 



Marika Hoe 
Kimberly Lange 

additional photos taken by students... 

Larry McDermott (water polo), Diana Wiss, Shannon Shaper (camille), Nicola Smith (iso fashion show), Alex Fuller, Mark Moynier (hockey 
champs), Katie Sloan (social house groups), Jackie Pelton (100 days), G. Scot Applegate (all skiing), and the members of the Class of 1997 

all photos taken by middlebury students except team sports pictures and when otherwise noted. 






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you can't beat a drive down rt. 125 in 
autumn, a walk across campus in 
gray winter, or the smell of fresh 

manure in the spring. Jay Tandon '97.5 












where there are no houses and 
no roads, no human things, we 
can be almost human. 

Andrew Pipes '99 
Otter Creek Journal 














they would not find me 
changed from him 
they knew— 
only more sure of all i 
thought was true 

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